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'We Want Answers': Water Gremlin May Have Leaked Carcinogen In White Bear Township For YearsA White Bear Township business may have been emitting a cancer-causing chemical into the air for a decade or more.
St. Paul Police: 1 Shot Dead In Summit-University NeighborhoodOne person was shot to death Thursday night in St. Paul's Summit-University neighborhood.
Campaign: Sen. Amy Klobuchar Met With Hillary Clinton Before Declaring Presidential RunPresidential candidate Amy Klobuchar met with Hillary Clinton earlier this month, according to her campaign.
After Racist Christmas Tree, Minneapolis Police Chief Listens To Community About 4th Precinct's FutureMinneapolis police say a community listening session Thursday night will help them hire the next inspector in the Fourth Precinct.
What Is The Strategy Behind Snow Plowing?What is the strategy behind snow plowing? Good Question. WCCO went behind the scenes in St. Paul to find out.
High Snowbanks Provide Another Hazard For Minnesota DriversSnow bank or road block? As the white stuff stacks up, it is cutting off vision lines for Minnesota -- drivers and causing crashes.
Minnesota AG To Review Case Of Lois Riess, Accused In 2 DeathsThe Minnesota Attorney General's office will review the case of a woman accused of killing her husband in southern Minnesota, then fleeing to Florida and killing a woman there.
'These Folks Can Literally Not Afford Their Lives': Keith Ellison Goes After Drug ManufacturersMinnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison wants to lower the price of prescription drugs, and he is hoping a new citizens task force will help make that happen.
Hundreds Gather At Capitol To Support Driver's Licenses For AllSeveral hundred people were at the Minnesota State Capitol Thursday to urge lawmakers to pass a bill that would provide drivers licenses to undocumented workers.
Dominick Argento, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Minnesota Composer, Dead At 91Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Dominick Argento, who wrote musical works inspired by the lives and literature of Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Dickens, Casanova, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Henry James and Virginia Woolf, had died. He was 91.
Philando Castile's Uncle Works To Bridge Gap Between Community, PoliceFamily members of Philando Castile have been working tirelessly since his death to help decrease the number of people who die after interacting with police. 
Snowmobile Retailers, Repair Shops See Business Boost Thanks To SnowAirtec Sports in Hudson, Wisconsin, started the winter with 40 Ski-Doo snowmobiles in stock but thanks to record-breaking February snow, they only have a couple left.